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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta thbridge VOLUMl DECEMBER NUMBER 7 Common Sense Piano There is nothing nicer for the home than a good There aro and there are good youjbuy a piano you sliouldknow what sort of an instrument you are With You can depend upon instrument the first Its responsive accuracy tone and durability are recommended highly by the best musicians in When you buy a BJJLL you buy a piano that cannot be Come and in spcct the instruments that we have on exhibition at Southards new utcher Publow EDMONTON OALGAKY LETHBRIDGE HEYTENS Tut BELuiAii rilLOii is taking orders now for all kinds of Gentlemens He has brought some fine woollen after iuty and freight being are cheaper yet than anything you can get He expects another large shipment soon via See him and ask him his prices for THEY WILL SURIMtlSE YOU You will find Heytcns in his large new residence just bifninu the iioiel BUILD YOU NEED UMBER If you an wise you will buy your Lumber where you can get it he best at i reasonable get it when you want We handle yuraber of Every Description w of supply is unlimited and you can depend upon getting what you ask TERPRISE LUMBER General at Pinchcr Creek and High Galbraith on Typhoid This letter was was received too lute for insertion last Alta To the Editor of the Dear desire to present to your readers a few suggestions con cerning the prevention of diseases in the wliicli it seems to me the new provincial government could very wisely take up at their first The particular disease to the prevention of which I desire to call attention is typhoid fever and the particular method of its pre vention is the keeping pure of our The investigations of many sanitory commissions and board of health present con clusively the fact that typhoid bacilli are always even those found in milk being convey ed to the dairies in the water sup and that only the most and costly plants are able to entirely eradicate At the present there arc fourTor five of our big towns sewage into the rivers upon which they are situated without any attempt toprevent the full etlecl of the filth being passed 01 to those who live further the stream and it will only take a few years of this sort of thing to make our waterways modified These towns in some instances take their water supply from the smic only higher they are themselves subject to the same contamination that they in flict upon A current fallacy that has been impressed upon the public in this connection is the supposition that within a few miles a running stream has the power of purifying and this is perhaps the sand in which ostrichlike we have been hiding our but there is no evidence to show beyond the es cape of odors and the deposit of the heavier that even a long rapid lias anything but the est effect upon germ life and to trust to such a fallacy for our health would be nothing but the veriest Til viore oStliocjo ic it reasonable thing to ask that muni cipalities and others be forbidden to empty sewage into running streams until they have used all reasonable means of rendering it harmless to those below It would of course be necessary to go to some expense to produce tins result but the expenditure would be very trifling in compari son to the result attained and the terrible cost in men and money its neglect The methods of purification that could be applied with compari tive ease in this part of the worid are the septic and the sewage farm either together or separately It is not claimed that either of these systems produce absolutely pure but taken together it is not too much to say that they destroy practically everything of a bacterial character thut is present ed to and the inexpensive and easily worked septic tank does to a very large It is only necessary in con clusion that I should refer to the very much increased percentage of cases of typhoid fever in Allrerta during the past few years to justify this appeal for speedy and urgent action before it becomes epidemic with Yours Galbmith UNIQUE INDIAN TIEUP An Uptodcte Matrimonial Event Takes Place at the Blood Indian Reserve 4 Mouse and Sign Painting Hanging and Kalsomiidng caer in Secorid Hand Furniiure I As an Advertising Medium that gives results you cant beat the Her It is read by the New Paper tor Balmer a nephew o the late Andrew and son of Slierit after looking over several points in has enter ed the newsjxtper field in Edmon ton and is now the publisher of tlio Saturday a weekly paper It will not only give the bn will make a feature of common upon live Watt is a goot writer and Edmonton will lean very quickly thai lie can turn out a paper that viU be bright am He used to be editor o Sentinel Surprise parties are in style where they discuss tli Saskatchewan ejections after th taffy that ismade from Eaymor sugar is There was much popular interest shown in the marriage at the Blood reserve village on Wednes day of Young Chief Yellow Tail nd Miss Millie Moccasin Idest daugher of OldFlyUpTie The village is built on the north ast corner oi the Blood Indian a short drive from Leth the famous scenic and ure resort of loriously fine weather favored the uppy the sun shining uring the morning with all th annth and brightness of a typ cal Southern Alberta morning The charming bride who ven lovelier than is a young ddy oi singularly attractive dis towards whom the Indians ntertain the warmest he bridegroom was educated at tie Indian and graduated ith high honors as a big dram oloist and also holds several diplo as for broncho steering and other eats of A great crowd ssembled at the village church on and many were uu ble to find room in the interior of f the The church had eeu handsomely decorated with iiree festoons of bull forin ug an arbor under which the guests In the centre oi these fes oons were h ung Tippera ry apples nd pine and at the chancel ere Oregon grape vines and ouug popular trees spreading out the sidesof the In the unavoidable absence of f the Bishop of Strawberry Gaii the very Tarantula oi le King and Paradise alley Mining ssisted by Old Medicine friend of the Black Rab it iind Running Wolf acted as us The service was fully Crown McTavish presiding bag racefiil 1 lie bearfti fill I jru le pass ed nto the church through an arch of vild hops and sun asceud ng the centre of on lie arm of her eldest Theau Are There AnyMore At lome Like was exquisitely euderecl by the and the ridesumids distributed to numer ius guests lovely souvenirs of fancy ead The bride was bftauti hiliy having nickelplated ateen Ixxlice with hanging buck skin sleeves caught with weasel ail There was a gauged e and vest of cheap vith rivers of assorted colored bead embroidery in a snow shoe inished with weasel tail The skirt was ot full gather id and outlined with pink mosqui cliitton opening over a front of auged chiffon strapped with buck skin string and bead embroidery and finished with weasel tail tas The train hung from ler classic was of old Buffalo a family Jin id with colored cotten tissue and caught with bows of sheeplierder Her veil was of bandan silk surmounted with a tiara shaped wreath of Sunny Souther She carried a war club that had seen service in thes and also a lovely shower bon quet of sweet peas and momim The brides train wa borne by her young Hole who made a ver pretty little figure in a typical Iwli an buckskin with slathers o beadwork a plug hat a big as a bass drum and u Magrutl turkey The four bridesmaids were Mis Sally Miss Leaping Miss Stella aw Miss T h e were attired in very pretty dimenovel gowns of unsmokei the fully gathered skirt of which were trimmed with row of mountain goat while th bodice had transparent yokes c skimmilk outlined with bu falo chiffon over folds of pinecolor ed print and a deep lace bow sleeves with trout netting Ince frills and xvool blanket cross They all wore very pretty smoktvl toothpickedtoes mocca ins and white straw with an dvertisenient on the The bridegroom wore a pair of pwboys beaded mocca bright colored silk stripped kirt and a smile that would melt n The bride as she came the aisle on the arm of her in spite of her olored looked jome f The charming look d and scattered bonquets round like seed and looked s full of devilment as a Piacific oust dog is full of While the register was igned the congregation sail jeautiful Got My ii and the service close fie strains of Ill be With Vhen the Roses Bloom narch by FourCrown McTavisli n the bag There were many handsome pres ets from frieiuis of both bride and At the conclusion of he wedding ceremony the brides arunts hold a which vns largely A marvel of theconfectioner art ras the brides cake the Mulligan that thick you couldt stick our fork in the and the guests went after the refreshments ike coons after fried happy couple rode to the hy cinth tinted and picturesque berg f the tourists para se of Southern for the irst portion of the ot Rich Quick on Alberta S ormerly a printer in but now of is back in his ormer home city for the purpose of elling acres and lots of Canadian eal of which he has become I landed in i just 43 he but vhen a jMiuueapolis man wants to mike good in Canada it is not Things were looking up in that part f the There was a big hauce of a lot of people coming in md settling up the splendid farm ands that need cjiinctjusirFjegmrio cuineirriasr vhen I was on tlie Alberta ooked promising and it was easy to LO the old trick of the Minneapolis joom days of getting The and was leaping in price and I got I managed to get hold of some good That country is joing to be a great It is al nost a great one All that vast country is full of the finest timber n the and many sections lave been taken up by lumbermen who will Ijoom things when they et It is a great chance or young men with push and eiier Williams will not talk much ibout himself friends of his say cleared up something ike which lie now has in vested in some large Canadian land Jims Home Our boy Jim has been Traveled round for quite a Now hes got a heap to say Strangest sorter things to Hardly seems they kin be Hev to doubtem now an1 then Still I like to be perlite Now that Jims back home again Tells us of the things hes Cracky but them tales is tall Makes us lxth look sorter green Makes our world seem might Like to hear them though Sit up now till or Then wero sorter you know Now that Jims back home n Mother always would believe Any thin1 thnt people said Awful easy to deceive Never cares how thick its spread Ill not deny I aint easy but then I wont say that Jim would Now hes Kt back home From the MIBB Donna DuVal returned last Saturday from a visit with her mother on Boundary TheCardston stock yards are the scene of much activity these Branding calves and load ing steers are the chief elements in the busy stir up Inspector Irwin has received word that he is to be Phil Stringham received word on Monday that his mother was lying at the point of death in and he left on the outgoing train for that Walter of who recently underwent an opera at the Lethbridge Hospital tis came in on day bokinlTNL61 pale Boss of the Brown ranch returned with her children from William She was met here by Our old friend John ston of Lethbridge came in yester The preliminary hearing of John Furinan charged with abandon iig his child was held on Monday efore Magistrates Irwin and The case was dismissed or lack of Ives ap peared for the defendant and Simmons for the From the Miss Agnes Amundsen intends leaving for college immediately the formerly ourpopu ar bank manager and now of Pin spent Tuesday in The young people of the Metho dist Church are talking of organiz ing an Epworth Getts and Ross mowwees irourDiieir ing expedition in the Ross succeeded in landing a deer with an unusually beautiful pair of There will be a socialist meeting on December at 2 in the town Claresholm Have you heard the new flouring mill It sound good to The parrot your income which is sjxmt at si ores probably repre sents the iionb If yon in vested much in stocks as you spend in the courso of a you would study the stock quotations every Why read the store with the same care and atten thfc The skating rink at Frank will be completed The hockey enthusiasts of Frank met Monday evening and organized a team which will be known as the The following officers were elected Manuel Fanner sec The of is visiting in Calgary this The new siding at for the dining has been completed and the car will in future be laid off there at brother of of has been appointed assistant train master on this According to of the Western Oil Coal that concern has a project in contempla tion which means a great deal to Mackod in and south western Alberta in It is a proposition to build a pipe line from the companys oil property to Macleodand make that place its distributing attorney of was in town yesterday on legal OK Grant came up from Clares holm He reports that the olectric plant at that place is now in firstclass running better known to hockey players as Dan who for the past two seasons play eel with the cup winners of Nova is spending a fow days in after which he will go to Winnipeg to join a team in I tpaf 7fl ;